The “Let’s Go Brandon” meme has taken over the Twitter dimension. The peculiar acronym to surface on the internet is to spread against the current President of the United States of America.
Anyone familiar with online culture has probably seen the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ memes by now.
This meme has developed to incorporate acronyms such as LGBFJB as they proceed to dominate the Twittersphere.
But what does this latest addition to the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ universe mean?
LGBFJB Meaning: ‘Lets Go Brandon’ Meme Explained
A viral video of NASCAR driver Brandon Brown inspired the term “Let’s Go, Brandon.” Following his first-ever NASCAR Xfinity Series victory earlier this month, Brown was interviewed by NBC.
The audience behind Brandon Brown can be heard yelling “F*** Joe Biden” during the post-race interview. In response, NBC stated that the cry is “Let’s Go, Brandon,” an attempt at damage management.
The slogan “Let’s Go Brandon” has been used against current US President Joe Biden after the video went viral.
On Thursday, October 21, 2021, Rep. Bill Posey, a Republican from Florida, closed a speech on the House floor by stating the anti-Biden statement.
If you think about it, you can deduce that the LGB at the beginning of the LGBFJB acronym stands for “Let’s Go Brandon.”
Why Is LGBFJB Anti-Biden Chant Viral?
The phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” has been used to indicate an anti-Biden attitude; the latter part refers to the NASCAR crowd yell and stands for “F*** Joe Biden.”
LGBFJB is an acronym that stands for “Let’s Go, Brandon, F*** Joe Biden.”
Bill Posey’s usage of the term in the House of Representatives demonstrates that the phrase and attitude extend beyond meme culture. It is currently being used to indicate genuine unhappiness with the President of the United States.
Although the term is mainly used to indicate anti-Biden sentiment, it also has homophobic connotations.
Because LGB is also the first three letters of LGBTQIA+, it is inverting the queer community’s umbrella term to create a ‘joke’ acronym.
This is seen by how LGBFJB has been disseminated on Twitter. “LGBFJB,” one user tweeted. I’m leaving. And I’m pleased.” This was followed by another tweet in which they stated that they are “as straight as straight gets,” yet nonetheless LGBFJB.